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Video route Inca, a shooping mall under the sun

When one thinks of a setting for a fabulous shopping spree, big cities like Madrid or Barcelona come to mind; and, if in Mallorca, the city centre of Inca takes the lead with years of shopping tradition.  

However, there are countless other towns and cities in Mallorca that also offer culture, gastronomy and tradition. And do you know what I like best about these locations outside of Palma? Their uniqueness and proximity. And I was able to personally experience these characteristics during my visit to one of the main centres of shopping and trade in Mallorca, the municipality of Inca.

Inca is one of the best locations for shopping, eating, enjoying a drink or wandering along the town’s many pedestrian streets, lined with both traditional independent shops and main high street retailers. Restaurants and bars offering avant garde cuisine and traditional gastronomy alike, all set against a backdrop of architecture and heritage which, blended with the array of cultural activities on offer and the warmth of its residents, have made it one of the ‘must’ visits on the island in recent years.  


  • Difficulty: Easy
  • By foot: 3h h.
  • By bike: 1h 30 min h.